17 of the Best Designer Lookalikes on Amazon to Get Celeb Style for Less

One of my favorite pastimes is scrolling through Instagram, TikTok, Pinterest and my primary news sources (Us, of course) to see what A-list celebrities are wearing to inspire my next outfit. I’ll save and screenshot each piece I love, and then filter out what I really want to buy. The problem? Sometimes, I scroll down and see the jaw-dropping total. Ugh! My heart says yes, but my wallet screams no.

Working with the best stylists in the world and rocking top-notch designer pieces, celebrities tend to have incredible style we love to emulate. Of course, many of Us are balling on a budget and can’t invest in their exact pieces. Thanks to these 17 designer lookalikes on Amazon, you can nail the vibes for just a fraction of the cost. Read on for 17 trending items right now!

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Seven of the biggest fashion risks at the Met Gala

The Met Gala is unlike any other red carpet event – it’s all about dressing to a theme and taking fashion risks.

This year’s theme was gilded glamour, and while there were some classic interpretations of it – with lots of gold accents and sparkling headpieces – some celebrities took things a step further.

These were the celebs who provided unique interpretations on the theme, taking fashion risks and bringing bags of personality to the red carpet

1. Billie Eilish

Billie Eilish attends The Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute benefit gala
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Billie Eilish was co-host of the 2021 event, and she made a return to the red carpet in one of the more literal interpretations of the theme – a period-style bodice, with lace sleeves and a floral accent. Wearing Gucci, her outfit was sustainable as it was made entirely from existing materials.

2. Sebastian Stan

Sebastian Stan attends The Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute benefit gala
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Fresh off the success of Pam & Tommy, Sebastian Stan

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